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Today we started out at 7:30. We took the bus to the train station to get the bullet train. When we got to the platform there were several trains there. The bullet train is very futuristic looking. It comes into the station and you have one minute to get on and get on your seat. Then it leaves right on time. The train ride to Hiroshima takes 1.5 hours. On the way to Hiroshima we passed countryside with many towns. There were no vast expanses of uninhabited ...
... to Namba, Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori. I have been there enough times now I think, they're the easiest and nearest places for shopping. We looked around and stopped at a cafe and had pancakes for lunch. After seeing what we wanted to see, and going where we wanted to go, we decided to head back home and see if we could stretch out the last bit of free time with a trip to Osaka Castle, as Hugh has never been ...
... excited when it finally worked and all caught up on stuff.
Later we decided to have so be read, cheese and drinks and play Phase 10. It was such a laugh and we started ganging up on Geoff it landing the "skip" card on him. In the end, Lorry snuck up on us all and won the game. We were all a bit hammered then and got to bed after 1am.
Phase 10 - Lorry won
... sleeping area, one of which was very small and was the entrance that the tea host used.
The final temple we visited in Japan, Todaiji, was very impressive, with an absolutely massive Bhudda in the centre (15m tall) and flaked by 2 other Bhuddas, which were only slightly smaller. It was constructed in 752 and Bhudda's open hand is as tall as a human being.
All this time we managed to avoid the typhoons that everyone had been emailing us about, to check that we were ...
... jest podwójna fosa wypełniona woda, dostanie sie do środka musiało stanowić ńie lada wyzwanie, powiedzmy szczerze było raczej niemożliwe. Wnętrze zamku to niestety japońska elektronika, pozostały eksponaty w szklanych gablotach ale cała reszta jest jak najbardziej współczesna, dość powiedzieć ze wjeżdża sie do niego winda. Takie lekki zawód, muszę ...